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By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on Twitter Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   10 years ago

I recommend GoDaddy.com for your web hosting needs. They are priced very reasonable, and so far have provided me with decent service (both web service and customer service).

I used to recommend 1&1 web hosting, but they jerked me around, so now I not only DON'T recommend them anymore, I actively tell people NOT to use them.

I had to move several of my domains and hosting to GoDaddy a while back because of problems with 1&1 and everything was very smooth. I haven't had ANY problems with them so far (knock on wood) and my sites have been up and quick.

I host my videos and downloads on an Amazon S3 server since GoDaddy has limitations on the types of content you can put on their sites. So the site itself runs on GoDaddy, but the videos load from Amazon.

If you're taking my ASP or Frontpage classes, make sure to sign up for MICROSOFT hosting. You will need Frontpage Server Extensions (which they will set up for you). You do NOT want the Linux server with PHP.

(As of right now, Feb 2011, they have a basic Windows hosting package for just $4.99 a month which is perfectly fine for MOST sites).

Any questions, post them here.

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Kim 
7 years ago
I recently began taking your Access and ASP courses and use www.jabry.net for my website which I use to practice my web design skills. The website is free and supports ASP :)
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Mary Ann 
7 years ago
Thanks Ric, i'll be waiting for that tutorials...can i still get a free upgrade for that expression web tutorial?
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Mary Ann S 
7 years ago
it seems that frontpage is kinda outdated (as per other web dev) and its quite hard nowadays to find webhosting that supports frontpage and asp classic..hope you can help me with this since frontpage is the only web editor in you tutorials. thanks Read More...
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Richard Rost 
9 years ago
I finally heard back from a rep at GoDaddy that knew what I was talking about. They confirmed that you need one of their Dedicated Servers or Virtual Dedicated Servers to run Sharepoint Services. The cheapest is about $30 a month. Read More...
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Alexander H 
9 years ago
http://accesshosting.com/
From $19 a month

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Richard Rost 
9 years ago
Just from what I can find poking around in their support forums, you need one of the Dedicated Servers or Virtual Dedicated Servers to run Sharepoint 2010. The cheapest I found was $30 a month with a 1000 GB bandwidth limit. I'm looking into other, less expensive solutions for you all. Read More...
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Richard Rost 
9 years ago
Well, the GoDaddy rep got back to me. I don't think he understood my question because he pointed me to this page and said I needed "shared legacy hosting for MS Access." That's not at all what I asked for. So I replied back that I wanted SHAREPOINT SERVICES hosting. We'll see if someone who knows what they're talking about gets back to me. That's the problem with tech support today... they're usually very cordial, but LEVEL ONE support is usually pretty inexperienced. Read More...
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Steven B 
9 years ago
Hi Richard,
I'm very pleased with your Access courses so far...great instruction. I am planning to build a database that will enable a member on my site to look for a participating service provider (I'm connecting potential consumers to providers). As I do this, I am looking to find some basic setup guidance. I plan to have Go Daddy host (already bought the domains with them, but not subscribed to hosting yet) and as I look at setting up my Access database, I noticed there is an option to build a "Blank Database" or a "Blank Web database". If I plan to use my DB on the web with Go Daddy hosting, do I need to use the 2nd (Web)DB option? My concern is that I can only build in datasheet mode with the "Web" DB option in MS Access 2010. Read More...
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Mubeezi Micah 
9 years ago
Thank u Richard! I will give it a go
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Mubeezi Micah 
9 years ago
Dear Richard,

Do you still recommend Godaddy? Or is there something better now? I just received a bill of $119 as annual subscription fees (for web hosting) from Yahoo. Please advice advice me Read More...
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